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Year source Comments (Time:UT)
2017 WorldWide There was no unusual activity level. The estimated A(max) was 1.5.
2016 WorldWide The predicted peak and annual peak was observed.(high activities)
2015 WorldWide A(max) was over 3.0. This high activity added to annual activity.
2014 WorldWide The peak was λo140°.0. The activity level was higher ?
2013 WorldWide All activity profiles were same as annual year.
2012 WorldWide Activity profile was same as annual year. The peak time was earlier.
2011 WorldWide The peak time was around λo139°.95 with estimated ZHR 96.
2010 WorldWide Both activity level and peak time were as annual year.
2009 WorldWide Double peak(λo139°.9 and λo140°.1) was observed.
2008 WorldWide Double peak(λo139°.6 and λo140°.6) was observed. λo140.0 was unclear.
2007 WorldWide The peak around λo140°.2 was observed. A(max) was small.
2006 WorldWide The peak was λo140°.05 with A(max)=1.5
2005 WorldWide Double peak(λo139°.38 and λo140°.2) was observed. λo140.0 was smaller.
2004 WorldWide Annual peak λo140° and the predected peak by Lyytinen were observed.
2003 WorldWide The peak was λo139°.8. λo140°.5 was sub-peak(?).
2002 WorldWide The peak was λo139°.8. λo140°.8 was sub-peak(?).
2001 WorldWide It was not enough to analyze the profile of Perseid activity.
2000 Misato Obs. The peak was observed around 19h 12th with HR85 and many long echoes.
1999 Chigusa HS This was provided by Listening-method. (*This is my first observation!!)


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